Traditional Gender Roles In Bram Stoker's Dracula

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In Bram Stoker’s, “Dracula”, the novel shows many examples of its characters both subverting and reinforcing the traditional gender roles of the victorian age. During this time period, a very cliched version of gender roles is portrayed. The subversions shown throughout the novel were very scary in a way to the audience of the Victorian time. This was due to the very uptight culture of people during this time and the very unconventional actions performed during the novel. Many characters show these subversions through their personality, but also through their actions. While many characters go against the traditional gender roles, there are characters in the novel that reinforce these roles and keep the uptight culture alive throughout. While
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